Feelers Online is an experimental project that is still in semi-stealthy mode. It is designed to connect infrequent creators (such as novelists, bands, etc) with their fans. I designed and developed everything myself, though it should still be considered a work-in-progress.
A simple browser-based game to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the events described in The Zero-Armed Bandit, my most popular writing (so far).
I designed/themed this WordPress site for Seay & Traphagan, a Texas-based tax law firm. I also designed the logo. It was very taxing. To quote the renowned philosopher Gordon Shumway, “I kill me.” It’s an ALF reference, ask your parents. Why do you remain on my lawn?
This simulator replicates the imagery and sounds included on the golden phonograph records affixed to the sides of Voyagers 1 and 2, launched in 1977. It was tricky to create convincing spinning record effect, but I think I got there.
When I was recently scheduled to be married, I created this website to provide details for invitees. If you happen to be in possession of red/blue 3D glasses, you will enjoy the full three-dimensional experience. The 3D effect turned out surprisingly nifty. Our mailed paper invitations were also 3D, and included a pair of red/blue […]
This very site was designed and developed by me. It is powered by a WordPress back end for easy updating.
Damn Interesting is a site I founded in 2005 which features articles and podcasts on science, history, and psychology. I designed/developed the site, built the audience, and I write most of the material. Some additional articles are penned by our multinational gaggle of authors. Site UI (not counting photos) is 100% vector-based for fast performance and […]